The Justice in Mercy Part 2


Sermon Notes of Pastor Mark Downey with William Finck

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 2:1-8 

From today's Scripture reading, we should learn at least one thing: a state of sin is a state of conformity to this world. Wicked men are slaves to the world order; whether old or new beast empires, they're all the same. The adversaries of God are the authors of confusion, of that pride that goes before destruction, of that carnal disposition of “all that is in the world,” which is in the ungodly i.e., the beings which cannot be of God. They may be alive, but they are nothing but death to the White man. They, the children of wrath, live to kill us. They live to spoil us. We are the prey upon which rests the premise that we are just like them and they are just like us. But, God's eternal love is only for one race of people to whom He makes His Covenants. It is the fountain whence all His mercies flow unto us, the children of God and heirs of glory. God's mercy is so rich that all the gold and silver of the earth does not come close to redeeming His chosen. The grace that saves true Israel is the free, undeserved goodness and favor that God looks upon exclusively, not by the works of the Law that was given to one race exclusively (Ps. 147:19-20), but through the exclusive faith in a Kinsman Redeemer. Salvation is by race, to wit “All Israel shall be saved” Romans 11:26. The cold truth is that other so called races will not be saved, and for good reason. They can never have the faith in Christ that saves them. They were never meant to be born to serve God. In fact, God says their gods will be a snare to His elect (Ex. 23:33). The Word of God is immutable: “For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed” Malachi 3:6. Consumed by whom? The racial alien; the inconvertible stranger; God's enemies. They cannot convert to Christ because Christ said, “My sheep hear My voice, I know them, and they follow Me” John 10:27. Goats are not sheep.

The Justice in Mercy Part 1


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey with William Finck

Scripture Reading:  Romans 9:14-18

I recently did a program with William Finck at and this sermon is an extension and enhancement of that broadcast. Thus, I rightly give credit where credit is due for Bill's help in putting the pieces of the puzzle together. In his introduction he stated, “Mercy is the most important component in the providence of God, which must be understood before Christians can understand how all Israel is saved… It is God's will, not man's, that will prevail over His Creation.” This was a tough nut to crack until Bill told me the simple answer to what I thought was perplexing, with one word: “mercy.” And that's all it took for me to begin researching and writing for today's presentation.

Our church recently received a letter with very pointed questions and all of them revolved around the seeming disparity of justice regarding various biblical characters who committed similar offences, but received dissimilar judgments of the Law. I appreciate tough questions that force us to seek answers. As Prov. 27:17 tells us, “iron sharpens iron,” suggesting how learned Christian brethren sharpen one another's minds by conversation.

The Justice in Mercy

by Pastor Mark Downey

The meaning of justice and mercy as it applies to Israel.

Part 1: Mercy is the most important component in the Providence of God and the most misunderstood element of Scripture, because of its racial message to save all of Israel.

Part 2:  If salvation is exclusive to Israel, then mercy must follow the same race of people that Christ said hear and follow Him.

Jesus Christ for President


by Pastor Mark Downey

November 13, 2016

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 9:6-7

I have given this sermon 5 times and each time I have changed the names of the guilty, a protected class, in the hope of cutting the strings between the puppets and the puppet masters. The only person that will make us stronger together and make America great again is Jesus, our Messiah. Once again, Republicrats have put on a good show. In fact, I've said for years that there should be a special division at the Academy Awards for politicians. In 2016, we have been subjected to the illusion that the election wasn't supposed to happen the way it did, contrary to Franklin Roosevelt saying, “In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way.” One thing is certain: a gullible and impressionable public thinks there's been a regime change. They are wrong. The jew is still racketeering according to the Protocols. Already, Trump is saying Obama is “a very good man.” I guess, the Donald never got my memo. I hope this is the last time I have to give this sermon. Jesus, come quickly.

In 1993 I brainstormed and engineered this idea of ‘Jesus Christ for President’ for the 1996 presidential election (between Clinton and Dole) in the now defunct Populist Party.  Every 4 years I bring up this interesting proposal with less and less interest from those who hear it.  I don't think there's ever been so much bitter rancor. America has been bankrupt for presidential leadership, the top position in the executive branch of government for decades.  This year’s election, in the year of our Lord 2016, is being touted as the most important one ever.  Actually, I've heard that one before. However, a contest between a witch and a wizard is no contest at all for White Christian Americans.  It’s the proverbial ‘lesser of two evils’ and we do not consent to be governed by evil.  Voting for the Hillary or the Donald would be giving our consent to the antichrists.  So please allow me to give you an overhauled history and analysis of what happened since 1993 to the present, followed by the positive joys of tribulation and our appointment with destiny.

A Judicial Conundrum


Sermon notes of Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: I Samuel 8:4-6

I mentioned recently, as well as being a common retort, that we live in exciting times (for both fearful and joyful people), but the pendulum also swings, for the rest of humanity, as a time of mediocrity and boredom.  What's the difference between excitement and boredom?  I think it's whether or not people judge things.  In other words, making a decision as to whether something is right or wrong.  Sometimes being a Christian can be extremely difficult.  Being a watchman on the wall can be like bamboo shoots growing through your fingernails.  It is painfully excruciating to watch what is happening to America; a generation without a moral compass.  Ancient Israel had guards who would stand upon the walls of Jerusalem and in the towers and look out upon the land.  What were they looking for?  Enemies!  They were guarding their city against opposing forces, invading aliens.  I've yet to see in the classifieds an ad in the 'employment opportunities' section that said: Need a blind, deaf and mute security guard i.e. sees no evil, hears no evil and speaks no evil.  To hire such people would be counter-productive to say the least.  This is how God evaluated Israel's watchmen in the days of Isaiah the prophet, “Israel's watchmen are blind, all of them, they know nothing; all of them are mute dogs, they cannot bark; they dream, lie down, and love to sleep. They are dogs with mighty appetites; they never have enough. They are shepherds who lack understanding; they all turn to their own way, they seek their own gain. Come, let me get some wine, let's guzzle some beer; and tomorrow will be like today, only far better!" Isaiah 56:10-12.  Do the presumptuous defenders of our faith and people understand what's happening today?  Unfortunately, they do not and we have reached a judicial conundrum. 

The Reason for Miracles


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Luke 4:14-24

When Jesus began His ministry, at the age of 30, after 40 days of fasting, He returned “to Galilee in the power of the Spirit, and news about Him spread throughout the whole surrounding region.  And He began teaching in their assembly halls and was praised by all” Luke 4:14-16.  His popularity was spreading like wildfire, because they were excited about somebody fasting that long; surely there would be a significant revelation.  He went to His home town of Nazareth, which was similar to today’s White Nationalists (who give lip service to the Creator of our race, but do not serve Him), and had the expectation of a warlike Messiah delivering them from Rome.  Some of the locals remembered the birth of Christ as something scandalous; as Mary claimed to have been miraculously impregnated by the Holy Spirit. 

On one of these occasions where Jesus spoke to the assembled, we read the account in Luke 4 where He stood up to read from Isaiah 61:1-2, “The Spirit of the Lord is on Me, because He has anointed Me to preach good news to the poor.  He has sent Me to proclaim freedom to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to set free the oppressed, To proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord.  He then rolled up the scroll, gave it back to the attendant, and sat down. And the eyes of everyone in the assembly were fixed on Him” Luke 4:16-20.  A miracle, to give sight to the blind, is it not?  Or hearing to the deaf?  But that’s not what they wanted to hear.  Although the clause “He hath sent Me to heal the brokenhearted” in Isaiah 61:1 is inspired, all of the Greek texts omit this passage in Luke (even though the KJV has added it).   

Christ was reading about Himself; He not only came to heal the blind, but to open the eyes of those who were spiritually blind as well.  God told Moses, Who has made man’s mouth? Who makes him mute, or deaf, or seeing, or blind? Is it not I, the Lord” Ex. 4:11.  Israel has always had this blind side.

Pagan Christianity Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Hebrews 10:19-25

The authors tell you “Reading this book takes courage” not because of its contents, but what you must do after you read it.  I say it takes perseverance to wade through the misconceptions they’ve given, because the book is a smokescreen for a new spiritual fad and fads are wrought with bait and hook.  They are not fishers of men, but poachers.  If you’re already disgruntled with whatever typical church is out there, then this is an easy excuse to find not only an alternative church, but an alternative Jesus.  Or maybe you’ll just drop out of being a Christian altogether. 

After they put a burden of guilt upon you, you are primed for the next step of participating in spontaneous anarchy in the name of “the Church.”  The point of this review is not to make a big deal about the origin of church practices and how we worship, but to warn you of how our faith can be undermined by an even more hideous hyper-apostasy than churchianity, which calls itself “organic,” as if that makes it pure as the driven snow. 

The church or ecclesia must be understood in the context of race.  If the race card is not played, then you have a stacked deck.  In other words, if the relevance of Israel in the Bible is trivialized with universalism, then the church itself is corrupted.

Pagan Christianity Part 1


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Isaiah 55:6-11

I received a copy of this book in the mail from our Australian friend, Hank Roelofs of Christian Identity Ministries.  Evidently, it is causing some controversy over there and here as an idea that is either loved or hated; and he had an uncomfortable feeling about it and asked if I would review it.  While the book purports to support 1st century Christianity (and guess what? So do I, but not the way they do), Hank said it seemed to have the odor of rebellion (citing Korah, Dathan and Abiram in Numbers 16, which we will look at later on).  He suspects a rather effective disruption to Christian thought through the wedge of ‘divide and conquer,’ but couldn’t quite put his finger on it.  I think I can point the fickle finger of fate to these authors who have written a book paved with good intentions and where that road leads to. 

The most important thing I could ascertain from this book is that it was void of the same thing it was chastising i.e. the modern church and that is identifying the people for whom the Bible was written and what their responsibilities are.

Pagan Christianity

by Pastor Mark Downey

This is a review of a book about the pagan influence upon the Christian church. 

Part 1: A so-called organic church movement to destroy conventional church worship and practices is countered by a Christian Identity perspective with historical and biblical facts.

Part 2:  This book review refutes the spiritual anarchy to eliminate church buildings; i.e. the hallowed ground reserved for White-only congregations, sermons and pastors, dress codes.  A commentary of Numbers 16 as it pertains to the authors of 'Pagan Christianity'.

Pray For Naphtali


by Pastor Mark Downey

December 16, 2012

Scripture Reading: Deuteronomy 33:23

Today, 12-16-12, in Israelite history we observe a covenant made in 1838 with the tribe of what many in Christian Identity consider to be Naphtali, known as South Africa.  There is very little to find or to ascertain from what we know about this tribe of Israel.  There is a great deal of disinformation attributing Naphtali to just about every ethnicity other than the White race, so we can dismiss these canards as simply more feeble attempts by jewish scribes to deceive the true Israel people in the world today.  And for good reason if one’s spirit is evil, because South Africa has one of the richest deposits of precious metals and minerals in the world.  Therefore, the interactions between geo-political factions and theological realities have significant ramifications.  Naphtali might not be important to most Christians, however once that old city of Jerusalem is totally destroyed forever and the Edomite imposters with it, the New Jerusalem will appear, having the glory of God, that have twelve gates, which are the twelve names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel (Rev. 21:11-12).  The twelve tribes of Israel have to exist in the world today in order for prophecy to be fulfilled.

You Eat What You Are Part 2


by Pastor Mark Downey

December 2, 2012

Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 36:21-29

Today’s Scripture reading from Ezekiel just goes to show you how unworthy we are as a people and how great God’s mercy is.  The atheist and the unbelief of a professing Christian rationalize that God does not see our unrighteousness; otherwise the God of Creation would clobber whole cities with a loud voice from Heaven.  Little do they realize that in this life, He is always revealing His divine character and purpose upon the earth.  The Lord gives us time between Katrina and Sandy to repent and change. This begins at the center of our motivations, in our personality.  If we are not Christ-centered or have “the mind of Christ” (I Cor. 2:16), we are not eating right, we have an unhealthy diet, we have an unclean spirit i.e. a motive that is not from Christ.  It’s the religion of self and if you want to blame anything for your sins, that’s called a scapegoat and goats are unclean, to be separated from the sheep.  When we’re not on the same wavelength of God’s will, He will often intervene and interrupt our regularly scheduled programming.

You Eat What You Are Part 1


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: John 21:15-17

A hummingbird does not eat hamburgers.  A cow does not eat hamburgers; if it does, it becomes a mad cow.  Cannibals eat other cannibals.  Wolves eat sheep; that’s what they do.  From our Scripture reading today, would you eat what Peter had to feed you?  This is not going to be a sermon on the dietary laws per se, but rather how the dietary laws are an allegory for what we are.  Last week we were asked what our responsibilities are.  I don’t think that question can be answered unless we know who and what we are.  When I ask you, “What are you?” I am asking you in reference to the dietary laws.  Are you clean or unclean?  Jesus said we are sheep.  Are sheep clean?  Yes, they are.  Are wolves clean?  No, they are not.  Are you a wolf or a sheep?  This sermon is dedicated to the lost sheep of Israel.

You Eat What You Are

by Pastor Mark Downey

The vital aspects of consumption for both spiritual and physical will determine whether you are clean or unclean.

Part 1: A look into the dietary laws of Deuteronomy and Leviticus and how the clean and unclean leads to an understanding of how to discern righteous and unrighteous beliefs.

Part 2: The story of Peter and Cornelius; how Ezekiel explains idols of the heart; the occult presumption of authority

That Still Small Voice


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: I Kings 19:9-12

What gets your attention?  A tornado twisting through your immediate neighborhood?  An earthquake that shakes you out of your bed?  Or perhaps a smoke alarm that indicates your home is on fire?  People often refer jokingly to a bolt of lightning or a burning bush before they are motivated to take notice of something, even though these two supernatural elements are mentioned in the Bible and got people’s attention.  There are times when spectacular events ordained by the divine hand of God do not register in the minds of man.  It’s just “mother nature” or the inane mindset that ‘it is what it is.’  However, God is not without other means by which He gets your attention. 

We are living in a day and age where Madison Avenue is trying to sell you something, either by hook or crook, meaning unethical mind-control techniques.  And thus, we are bombarded every day with an assault of visual and audio advertising, unless you live in a cave like Elijah.  Even churchianity has jumped onto the illicit bandwagon of smoke and mirrors, gimmicks and trickery.  There’s even an occult technology of power to reach you on a subconscious level to make you hear voices in your head.   But, today’s message is to help you overcome all of that ungodly influence.  Do you know how to focus on Christ?

Taking Command of a Pure Language

by Pastor Mark Downey

Zephaniah 3:9 speaks of a "pure language" and I believe that language to be English. The reason given is that we may "serve Him with one consent." David prayed in his songs to the Lord, "Let the words of my mouth…. Be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord" Ps. 19:14. Therefore, it should be a no-brainer to anyone who believes in God that the way we communicate with each other should be different from those who don't believe in God. Ezekiel prophesied of a future priesthood who would teach our people, "The difference between the holy and the profane" (Ezek. 44:23). Indeed, we have preachers today who utter profanities in both common colloquial and figurative abominations under the guise of God's Word.

There are two types of Christians in the public eye. The first is the ugly iconoclastic stereotype, which is the media generated hypocrite coined "Judeo-Christian". This is a well-deserved oxymoron that mixes the holy with the profane. The second is a lesser known Christian without any hyphenated abominations and reflects the valiant culmination of past generations, which is the racial tradition of chivalry representing the nobility of Christian ideology and living a life of dignity and honor. A foul mouth is more likely to come from the judaized mentality than a mind that has been kept clean of filth. It is a refreshing observation that most converts to Christian Identity, converse without a defiling spirit; although there is a residual worldly element that thinks cussing is cool.

The Meaning of Life


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  1 Corinthians 1:25-31

This sermon is a continuation of a previous message, which I won’t get into today, that dealt with economics and the biblical tithe.  This theme ‘the meaning of life’ was originally inspired during the Bush administration and the observation of leadership or the lack thereof in government; and the status of leaders within the Christian Identity movement was examined.  We’ve all heard about ‘spiritual warfare’ and it sure does affect our body politic and the perception of the meaning of life.  As I said in the first sermon, “The purpose of our lives is to live in and for the glory and service of God.”  That’s it in a nutshell.  It’s not an especially profound message, but it does carry an important thought that seems to be slipping away from Christendom.  It does have profound consequences if ignored.  After his recent trip to England, a pastor friend of ours reported that very few members of the church he attended in London were less than 70 years of age.  Not too many young folks.

But that shouldn’t surprise us as we witness the great and increasing apostasy surrounding our lives.  It’s everywhere.  The world is not getting more Christian and Christians are not getting any younger.  But, I’d say that Christian Israel is making steady gains in facing the spiritual warfare that we simply can’t ignore.  In fact, it’s a great time in history for the harvest of souls for Christ.

Who are the Meek?


by Pastor Mark Downey

A study into the real meaning of biblical meekness, which is often confused with weakness.

Being a Member


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading:  I Corinthians 12:12-18

I get emails all the time from people wanting to know where they can go to a Christian Identity church in their area.  Unfortunately, there just aren’t that many around the country for people to go to.  We’re not in the yellow pages.  I think there’s probably quite a few home groups spread around, but they have wisely remained underground.  And that’s what I suggest for those looking; start your own Bible study group and Lord willing it will grow into a fellowship. 

It took me years to find a non-judeo church, which was actually a group of tax protesters with a semi-retired pastor; and it took me another year to convince him about the racial identity of the White race in the Bible.  There are some ‘lone wolves’ that don’t want you to join anything.  But, I believe God wired us in such a way that we have an innate desire to belong to something, because most people don’t like to be alone.  We can’t all be hermits if our culture and civilization, indeed the Kingdom of God, is to advance forward.

In His Service vs. Lip Service


by Pastor Mark Downey

Scripture Reading: Mark 7:1-9

The populist cry of the American Revolution was "Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God."  Fast forward to the present time and we can witness a complete reversal. Treason within church and state has become as commonly accepted as watching TV.  Both ironically call good evil and evil good. Resistance to God is obedience to tyrants. Too many of our people have lost the Spirit of '76 in standing up against evil and the church world doesn't know how or even why it should obey God.  They don't know what to obey.  Thomas Jefferson said, “I prefer dangerous freedom to peaceful slavery.”  Orwell picked up on that idea in his mythical totalitarian state, whereby freedom is slavery, war is peace and ignorance is strength.  The thing is it’s not a myth anymore.

The mind-numbing process to substitute God's sovereignty with pious paganism or self indulgent morality is in plain view.  In fact, the adversarial facade of a vicarious manifestation of Christianity can be too obvious for most people to detect.  Audacity is taken to extreme limits.  All that is seen is the whited sepulcher and not the soup of vile remains inside.  The Big Lie grows exponentially.

Christian Ear Piercing; The Door of Opportunity

by Pastor Mark Downey

Before you jump to any conclusions, let me preface the start of this message by saying that some of my pet peeves are backward baseball caps, White people speaking ebonics and men with pierced ears. This latter fad began with homosexuals and was then popularized by the antichrist MTV 'I want to be like a negro' crowd (unless you’re Michael Jackson). It's decayed into even more primitive body mutilations with lips, noses and eyebrows.  Unfortunately, it has become a cultural norm and symbolic of politically correct rebellion, which should not be confused with a godly resistance to Babylonian conformity.  “Be ye not conformed to the world” Romans 12:2.  Rebellion, we know, is likened to witchcraft. 

What I want to look at today is the mentality or spirit of a slave and how that relates to opportunity.


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